Summer Bummer: Major League Baseball is in a rut

Major League Baseball has been America’s pastime for as long as many can remember. It’s the all-American sport. The ballpark. A hot dog. A soda. It’s what families used to do for outings....

Does Major League Baseball really have an attendance problem?

It was recently reported that attendance is down by 6.5 percent this year across all of Major League Baseball (MLB), a little less than 2,000 fans per game.  What...

Playing MLB GM for a day like today

  We woke up today as the general manager of all five teams of Major League Baseball’s National League West Division. All of our dreams have...

The West’s Top Performers: Pitchers, Part 2

This is the final part of our two part series. Last week we discussed the hitters. This week we are looking at the ten best pitchers in the National League (“NL”) and...

The West’s Top Performers: Hitters, Part 1

This is part one of a two-part series. Next week, we will look at the ten best pitchers in the National League (“NL”) and American League (“AL”) West Divisions....

Will “ShoTime” follow “The Great Bambino” into the batter’s box?

Shohei Ohtani, the Los Angeles Angels of Anaheim’s 23-year-old pitching and hitting phenom, is not the first athlete to woo the American public. Babe Ruth also once...

Best of the West: Predicting the 2018 National League West standings

The 2018 Major League Baseball season is upon us.  The sun has risen on the Arizona desert and Florida coast and cities.  Soon, your favorite...

No collusion confusion: Three reasons why MLB did NOT collude this offseason

From Judge and former Commissioner Kenesaw Mountain Landis to Curt Flood, organized baseball has a storied history as well as a complicated one when it comes to player rights and...